Balance between knowledge, judgment and actions is true wisdom.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Those who have achieved harmony in their thoughts, words, and actions attain true awakening.


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Do not look for others defects and evils. Look towards yourself also. They alone have a right to take others defects who are keen to reform themselves.


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SACHCHIDANANDOHUM  -
(My intrinsic Nature is – TruthConsciousness - Bliss): Why should I be affected by falsehood? Why should I chase a mirage? I am innate bliss; why should I vainly seek happiness in the transient world?






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To be born in human form is effortless; to be a human being needs persistent effort.


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SHIVOHUM (I am akin to Lord Shiva): Shiva means auspicious. Essentially I am a blessed person; so how can there be any place for evil in my thoughts, feelings or actions? If any inappropriate trait has stuck to me due to bad company/surroundings, it is foreign to my essential nature and I resolve to rid myself of this dross.


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Human energies should never be used for the indulgence of greed or desire.



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The aim of life is inner purification, courage and doing well to others. The one who sticks to them does not go astray.


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Being ignorant is not that shameful a matter as that of not being ready to learn.


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Anger is a kind of madness which destroys good thoughts.


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Those who have achieved harmony in their thoughts, words, and actions attain true awakening.

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To sacrifice oneself for an ideal is the highest form of courage.


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